Bluey is a blue camera who has been generously provided by FujiFilm for use on Portrait Equality projects. One day he will be named by a donator, but until then, he shall be called Bluey. Blue-tongued lizards are native to Australia and the six varieties of easy going reptiles can be found in your backyard, living up to 30 years.
A common local concern is blue tongue lizards hiding in the grass when you are mowing. The noise will not scare them away. Rather they will turn around and threaten the lawn mower with their blue tongue, which in this case is rather ineffective.
Consider taking Bluey along with you on your next journey by applying today.
Where Bluey has been: (Click around to hear the stories)
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